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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-01-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEV I

Friday', january 6, 1.978 27

Menahem Begin Repeats Opposition to West Bank Palegtinian State

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borders for all parties in the
context of normal 'peaceful
relations in accordance with
United Nations - Resolutions
242 and 338."
"And third," Carter said,
"there must be a resolution of
the Palestinian problem in all
its aspects. The resolution of
the Palestinian problem must
recognize the tegitimate rights
of the Palestinian people and
enable the Palestinians to par-
ticipate in the determination of
their own future." The Presi-
dent added that some flex-
ibility is always needed to
ensure successful negotiations
and the resolution of conflict-
ing views."
Sadat told the reporters,
after Carter spoke, "I am very
happy to say that our views
were identical and we have
agreed upon certain steps to
keep the momentum of the
peace process."
Begin-said that Carter tele-
phoned later to convey Sadat's
expression of personal friend-
ship toward him. "This is a
mutual feeling," the Preinier
said. "We had found a lan-
guage of common under-

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standing, an element which
can. only help the process of
negotiations
Begin declined to comment
on the- Israeli . position when
negotiations with Egypt resume
in Cairo and- Jerusalem next
weekend. "One should give a
chance to the negotiating proc-
ess. One should not com-
plicate things by unnecessary
questions," he told reporters.
However, he reiterated that
Israel's plan to grant autonomy
to West Bank Arabs was
widely regarded as "fair." He
said it provided "full autonomy
in every walk of life" for what
he termed "Eretz Yisrael Arabs
and full security for Eretz Yis-
rael Jews."
Before Carter's arrival in
Egypt, Begin publicly urged
Sadat not to ask the United
States to put pressure on
Israel. "I never asked the - U.S.
to pressure Egypt," Begin said
in the course of remarks to
newsmen after a five-hour
Cabinet meeting Tuesday.
"With all friendship and
respect, we (he and Sadat)
are representatives-of ancient
and free peoples and we
should conduct our negotia-
tions as free men, without the
need for any external pres-
sure upon anyone," the Pre-
mier said.
The Cabinet met in closed
session, sitting as a ministerial
defense committee, and no
information was giVen as to its
deliberations. But Begin con-
firmed earlier reports that the
special session had been called
to discuss the upcoming nego-
tiations with Egypt.
- Begin said he was surprised
by the remark of King . Hussein
of Jordan Sunday that he
found nothing constructive in
Israel's -peace proposals.
"Everybody who has studied
Israel's proposal found it to be
a serious basis for negotia-
tions," he said.
Israeli_officials expressed
some anxiety over the Carter-
Sadat meeting. Observers
expect Washington will seek to
persuade Arab moderates and
Israel to accept Begin's plan
for self-rule for the West Bank
and Gaza Strip as a transitional
step only that might lead to a
great measure of independence
for the West Bank with close
ties to Jordan. Carter is
believed to have tested that
approach at his meetings with
the Shah of Iran and King
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in recent public statements,
has indicated that it was
acceptable to him.
But there is little
enthusiasm in Israel, espe-
cially within Begin's inner
circle, for the transitional
idea or the • link-with-Jordan
aspect. Sources close to
Begin point out that the pre-
sent Israeli proposals do not
'cede sovereignty on the West
Bank to Jordan but leave that
issue open. The fear is that a
West Bank federation with
Jordan would inevitably vest
sovereignty with that country.
Meanwhile, Victor Shemtov,
Mapam's new political_ secre-
tary, said that his party - will
"support any plan" of Premier
Begin "that will prevent war"
and warned that if progress
towards peace is - not realized
within two. to three months
some forces within Israel may
emerge that will jeopardize the
process and destroy chances
for peace.
He described Begin as a
dove in his plan for Sinai but a
hawk with regard to his plan
for the West Bank. The Mapam
leader said that preventing any
impediment toward peace is
the prime function of his party
at this time. He also said that
Mapam will hold a discussion
within six months on ways to
help revitalize the Labor move-
ment. This, he stated, will
have to include a change and a
rejuvenation of the move-
ment's leadership.
Shemtov also announced
that- Mapam was planning to
launch an urban youth move-
ment that will parallel Hash-
omer Hatzair, which will con-
tinue to function as an
educational youth movement.
The new urban youth move-
ment, he said, will be aimed at
mature youths and will func-
tion as a kind of young guard
of Mapam.
Begin also received support
from the La'am faction of
Likud, which voted 54-16 to
support his peace moves.
But, .former Foreign Minister
Yigal Allon criticized Begin for
not using the settlements
established in the Rafah
salient, Sinai and the Jordan
Valley by the previous Labor
Alignment administration as
factors in his negotiations with
Sadat.
Addressing an emergency
.meeting of the Labor-oriented
Kibutz Hameuchad movement,
Alton denounced Begin's plan
to allow the Sinai settlements
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sovereignty.
He was also critical of the
offer of autonomy to the West
Bank and Gaza Strip Arabs. He
urged the kibutz movement to
speed up the establishment of
new settlements in the admin-
istered areas and to increase
support for the existing settle-
ments. Spokesmen for the Jor-
dan Valley settlements said
they had difficulty recruiting
new settlers because of the
uncertain future of the region.
At the same time, senior
Cabinet ministers sought to
reassure alarmed settlers in
northern Sinai and on the
West Bank that Begin's peace
plan would not compromise
their security although it
would require them to adjust_
to certain new conditions.
They stressed that this was
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most of the nation firmly sup-
ported the government's peace
momentum and there was no
turning back.
Foreign Minister Moshe
Dayan and Minister of Agricul-
ture Ariel Sharon brought that
message to 3,000 settlers
from the Rafah 'salient and
Yamit assembled at Sadot in
northern Sinai, a region that
would be returned to Egypt
under Begin's plan.
Minister of Interior Yosef
Burg and Education Minister
Zevulun Hammer of the
National Religious Party spoke
to settlers at Migdal Oz in the
Etzion bloc south of Jerusalem
who oppose Begin's plan to
extend "self-rule' to the Arabs
in the Judaea and Samaria
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